Chapter 2: Visions
I sat there staring at my eyes. I didn’t even know why it hadaffected me so much but somehow I knew it was important.“I need to see.” I thought. What? To see? How? I don’t know.But at the exact moment I closed my eyes and
I saw once again the man named Stefan but now he looksmore frightened. He was running through a dark route and hewas heading through a bright opening further on.
I heard a woman scream. It wasn’t just any scream; it was ascream of agony. I looked at Stefan’s face and he seems to haveheard it too for I saw the fear in his eyes have turn to remorseat the moment he heard the scream. He had stopped running.
“No, please, no,”
Stefan mumbled. He sank to the ground andbegan to weep.
“Not Margarett, no, please, save her…”
he saidover and over again. He looked down and saw the baby in hisarms.
“For your mother, I promise that her death will not be invain”,
He stood up again and began to walk.“Whoa!” I blurted out. What was that? Did I just have avision? No I couldn’t have possibly… I sat like there for who-knows-how-long, lost for coherent words when suddenly thephone rang. Once. Twice. And by the time I knew I couldn’t just ignore it, I answered the phone.“Hello,” I breathed.“Hello, Luna? Hello?” The caller said.“Hey Uncle Marius?” I said. I tried to clear my head to makesure that this is all true, that Im not dreaming.“Luna, are you okay?” he asked worried.“Yes, everything’s okay. So, whyd’ you call? Where are youanyway?” I asked keeping my voice light.